Waakye, the breakfast of champions in Accra, is served here the traditional way; on a banana leaf.
In the city, the pavements are more often for street vendors, and cars are used to sharing the road with people.
This dapper gentleman is known as the most stylish street vendor in Accra, taking pride in his roasted corn.
At Kokrobite, the tide is out and the people are plentiful.
New life is breathed into an old relic in the verdant Aburi Gardens.
An art enthusiast takes in the trippy facial distortions of local artist Kasen Midichi at the Alliance Francais.
The streetscapes of Jamestown are a mecca for all art lovers.
The colourful, chaotic splendour of Makola Market never ceases to amaze.
In the ever-popular Tea Baa, a nice cross-section of young, hip Accra crowd can always be found sipping from mason jars.
Snapshot of the fishing port of Jamestown: the men bring in the haul and the women prepare to sell.
The bay area of Ada is where the ocean meets the river, creating perfect conditions for those who love to sail.
At Studio 189, co-owned by Hollywood actress Rosario Dawson, a dapper man says akwaaba.
For the best views of the sunset in the city, nowhere beats the Skybar at Villagio.
You haven’t really had a Ghana night out without a stop at Republic Bar and Grill for their famous hibiscus and akpeteshie-infused Kokokroko cocktail.
Independence Square at night is all lit up with a new dignity.